Connor Wood explores whether analytical thinking is bad for religious belief, after a study in Science magazine compared the religious beliefs of analytical thinkers versus intuitive thinkers.
Gillis Harp has written a long essay on the “Three Streams, One River” typology that is currently influencing Anglicanism, even offering up a few criticisms of the typology for the church. Compare the essay against Matthew Brench’s essay on the same subject in the Spring edition of the Center for Theology.
Adrian Boykin offers advice to church leaders who have lost their passion for their vocation, and suffer from the ancient sin of acedia, or “not caring.”
Cameron Nation discusses his pilgrimage to see all the sacred sites and relics of . . . C. S. Lewis.